C-24.2 - Highway Safety Code

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121. No order directing that a restricted licence be issued may be given nor any restricted licence issued if
(1)  within the two years preceding the cancellation giving rise to the application for a restricted licence, the applicant’s driver’s licence was cancelled or his right to obtain a licence was suspended following a conviction for an offence under any of the provisions of the Criminal Code (R.S.C. 1985, c. C-46) referred to in section 180 or following the accumulation of demerit points, unless a pardon was obtained;
(2)  at the time of application, the applicant’s licence or his right to obtain a licence is under a suspension which is in effect or is imposed but has yet to take effect;
(3)  the sanction giving rise to an application for a restricted licence is not a driver’s licence cancellation imposed pursuant to section 185 or a cancellation of the probationary licence imposed pursuant to section 191.2;
(4)  (paragraph repealed);
(5)  a restricted licence would authorize the driving of a road vehicle that the applicant’s licence did not authorize him to drive;
(6)  the reason invoked to obtain a restricted licence is related to the business of transportation by taxi and, at the time of presentation of the application, the class of the applicant’s licence authorizing the driving of a taxi is cancelled or his right to obtain a licence of that class is suspended following a conviction for an act referred to in paragraph 2, 3, 4 or 5 of section 26 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi (chapter S-6.01);
(7)  the licence cancelled is a learner’s licence.
For the purposes of subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph, the two-year period before the cancellation or suspension includes the day on which the sanction is imposed.
1986, c. 91, s. 121; 1990, c. 83, s. 53; 2001, c. 15, s. 129; 2007, c. 40, s. 24; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
121. No order directing that a restricted licence be issued may be given nor any restricted licence issued if
(1)  within the two years preceding the cancellation giving rise to the application for a restricted licence, the applicant’s driver’s licence was cancelled or his right to obtain a licence was suspended following a conviction for an offence under any of the provisions of the Criminal Code (R.S.C. 1985, c. C-46) referred to in section 180 or following the accumulation of demerit points, unless a pardon was obtained;
(2)  at the time of application, the applicant’s licence or his right to obtain a licence is under a suspension which is in effect or is imposed but has yet to take effect;
(3)  the sanction giving rise to an application for a restricted licence is not a driver’s licence cancellation imposed pursuant to section 185 or a cancellation of the probationary licence imposed pursuant to section 191.2;
(4)  (paragraph repealed);
(5)  a restricted licence would authorize the driving of a road vehicle that the applicant’s licence did not authorize him to drive;
(6)  the reason invoked to obtain a restricted licence is related to the business of transportation by taxi and, at the time of presentation of the motion, the class of the applicant’s licence authorizing the driving of a taxi is cancelled or his right to obtain a licence of that class is suspended following a conviction for an act referred to in paragraph 2, 3, 4 or 5 of section 26 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi (chapter S-6.01);
(7)  the licence cancelled is a learner’s licence.
For the purposes of subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph, the two-year period before the cancellation or suspension includes the day on which the sanction is imposed.
1986, c. 91, s. 121; 1990, c. 83, s. 53; 2001, c. 15, s. 129; 2007, c. 40, s. 24.
121. No order directing that a restricted licence be issued may be given nor any restricted licence issued if
(1)  within the two years preceding the cancellation or suspension giving rise to the application for a restricted licence, the applicant’s driver’s licence was cancelled or suspended or his right to obtain a licence was suspended following a conviction for an offence under any of the provisions of the Criminal Code (Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985, chapter C-46) referred to in section 180 or following the accumulation of demerit points, unless a pardon was obtained;
(2)  at the time of application, the applicant’s licence or his right to obtain a licence is under a suspension which is in effect or is imposed but has yet to take effect;
(3)  the sanction giving rise to an application for a restricted licence is not a driver’s licence cancellation imposed pursuant to section 185 or a suspension of the probationary licence imposed pursuant to section 191.2;
(4)  (paragraph repealed);
(5)  a restricted licence would authorize the driving of a road vehicle that the applicant’s licence did not authorize him to drive;
(6)  the reason invoked to obtain a restricted licence is related to the business of transportation by taxi and, at the time of presentation of the motion, the class of the applicant’s licence authorizing the driving of a taxi is cancelled or his right to obtain a licence of that class is suspended following a conviction for an act referred to in paragraph 2, 3, 4 or 5 of section 26 of the Act respecting transportation services by taxi (chapter S-6.01);
(7)  the licence cancelled is a learner’s licence.
1986, c. 91, s. 121; 1990, c. 83, s. 53; 2001, c. 15, s. 129.
121. No order directing that a restricted licence be issued may be given nor any restricted licence issued if
(1)  within the two years preceding the cancellation or suspension giving rise to the application for a restricted licence, the applicant’s driver’s licence was cancelled or suspended or his right to obtain a licence was suspended following a conviction for an offence under any of the provisions of the Criminal Code (Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985, chapter C-46) referred to in section 180 or following the accumulation of demerit points, unless a pardon was obtained;
(2)  at the time of application, the applicant’s licence or his right to obtain a licence is under a suspension which is in effect or is imposed but has yet to take effect;
(3)  the sanction giving rise to an application for a restricted licence is not a driver’s licence cancellation imposed pursuant to section 185 or a suspension of the probationary licence imposed pursuant to section 191.2;
(4)  (paragraph repealed);
(5)  a restricted licence would authorize the driving of a road vehicle that the applicant’s licence did not authorize him to drive;
(6)  the reason invoked to obtain a restricted licence is related to the business of transportation by taxi and, at the time of presentation of the motion, the class of the applicant’s licence authorizing the driving of a taxi is cancelled or his right to obtain a licence of that class is suspended following a conviction for an indictable offence related to the business of transportation by taxi;
(7)  the licence cancelled is a learner’s licence.
1986, c. 91, s. 121; 1990, c. 83, s. 53.
121. No order directing that a restricted licence be issued may be given nor any restricted licence issued if
(1)  within the two years preceding the cancellation giving rise to the application for a restricted licence, the applicant’s driver’s licence was cancelled or his right to obtain a licence was suspended following a conviction for an offence against any of the provisions of the Criminal Code (Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985, chapter C-46) referred to in section 180 or following the accumulation of demerit points, unless a pardon was obtained;
(2)  at the time of application, the applicant’s licence or his right to obtain a licence is under a suspension which is in effect or is imposed but has yet to take effect;
(3)  at the time of presentation of the motion, the applicant’s licence is cancelled following a conviction for an offence against any of the provisions of the Criminal Code referred to in section 180 or if the applicant’s right to obtain a licence is suspended following the commission of an offence against the provisions of the Criminal Code referred to in section 180 or as a result of the accumulation of demerit points;
(4)  (paragraph repealed);
(5)  a restricted licence would authorize the driving of a road vehicle that the applicant’s licence did not authorize him to drive;
(6)  the reason invoked to obtain a restricted licence is related to the business of transportation by taxi and, at the time of presentation of the motion, the class of the applicant’s licence authorizing the driving of a taxi is cancelled or his right to obtain a licence of that class is suspended following a conviction for an indictable offence related to the business of transportation by taxi;
(7)  the licence cancelled is a learner’s licence.
1986, c. 91, s. 121; 1990, c. 83, s. 53.
121. No order directing that a restricted licence be issued may be given nor any restricted licence issued if
(1)  within the two years preceding the cancellation giving rise to the application for a restricted licence, the applicant’s driver’s licence was cancelled or his right to obtain a licence was suspended following a conviction for an offence against any of the provisions of the Criminal Code (Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985, chapter C-46) referred to in section 180 or following the accumulation of demerit points, unless a pardon was obtained;
(2)  at the time of its cancellation, the applicant’s licence was suspended;
(3)  at the time of presentation of the motion, the applicant’s licence is cancelled following a conviction for an offence against any of the provisions of the Criminal Code referred to in section 180 or if the applicant’s right to obtain a licence is suspended following the commission of an offence against the provisions of the Criminal Code referred to in section 180 or as a result of the accumulation of demerit points;
(4)  at the time of presentation of the motion, the applicant’s right to obtain a licence is under a suspension as a result of the accumulation of demerit points which has not yet taken effect;
(5)  a restricted licence would authorize the driving of a road vehicle that the applicant’s licence did not authorize him to drive;
(6)  the reason invoked to obtain a restricted licence is related to the business of transportation by taxi and, at the time of presentation of the motion, the class of the applicant’s licence authorizing the driving of a taxi is cancelled or his right to obtain a licence of that class is suspended following a conviction for an indictable offence related to the business of transportation by taxi;
(7)  the licence cancelled is a learner’s licence.
1986, c. 91, s. 121.
121. No order directing that a restricted licence be issued may be given nor any restricted licence issued if
(1)  within the two years preceding the cancellation giving rise to the application for a restricted licence, the applicant’s driver’s licence was cancelled or his right to obtain a licence was suspended following a conviction for an offence against any of the provisions of the Criminal Code referred to in section 180 or following the accumulation of demerit points, unless a pardon was obtained;
(2)  at the time of its cancellation, the applicant’s licence was suspended;
(3)  at the time of presentation of the motion, the applicant’s licence is cancelled following a conviction for an offence against any of the provisions of the Criminal Code referred to in section 180 or if the applicant’s right to obtain a licence is suspended following the commission of an offence against the provisions of the Criminal Code referred to in section 180 or as a result of the accumulation of demerit points;
(4)  at the time of presentation of the motion, the applicant’s right to obtain a licence is under a suspension as a result of the accumulation of demerit points which has not yet taken effect;
(5)  a restricted licence would authorize the driving of a road vehicle that the applicant’s licence did not authorize him to drive;
(6)  the reason invoked to obtain a restricted licence is related to the business of transportation by taxi and, at the time of presentation of the motion, the class of the applicant’s licence authorizing the driving of a taxi is cancelled or his right to obtain a licence of that class is suspended following a conviction for an indictable offence related to the business of transportation by taxi;
(7)  the licence cancelled is a learner’s licence.
1986, c. 91, s. 121.